Gensler is a global design firm that partners with clients to make cities more livable, work smarter and leisure more engaging. With more than 2,300 active clients, Gensler works across the global economy. Their clients are remarkably diverse, and the Gensler’s philosophy is help them grow, sustain and transform: whatever it takes to embrace their future. 3,800 professionals networked across 44 locations believe quality design can transform organizations and improve people’s lives.
Since 1965, they have helped clients achieve measurable business and organizational goals, delivering projects as large as a city and as small as a task light for an individual desk. Gensler is organized to support clients at every stage of the design cycle, from initial strategy and design planning through implementation and management.
The firm originally focused on corporate interior design, but has since diversified into numerous forms of architecture and design, including commercial office buildings, retail centers, airports, education facilities and entertainment complexes.
It is also involved in planning and urban design, brand strategy, environmental graphic design, mission-critical facilities, sustainable design consulting and other areas. As of 2015, the firm employs more than 4,800 people working in 46 offices in 16 countries. Gensler’s newest offices are Mexico City and Sydney.
Gensler designs interior spaces for living and working. They believe interior performance can be measured in human and organizational terms: higher productivity, greater creativity and innovation, increased patronage or sales. Hitting the mark means designing not just for visual impact, but also for health, comfort, flexibility and ease of use.
Some of Gensler’s most notable interior design projects include: John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York, Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Dubai, Houston Ballet Center for Dance, San Francisco International Airport, Facebook, Inc. offices in London, Duke Kunshan University in China and Shanghai Tower in China. Let’s see some of our favorite projects:
1) Atari Hotels
Chicago, Illinois 1871 is like an incubator where tech startup entrepreneurs can work, network and be mentored. It provides a growing network to more than 400 entrepreneurs with workspace, meeting rooms and even classrooms.
5) Adidas NYC
The brand with the three stripes is known worldwide, and the NYC store is the largest store of the entire world. Using the new stadium retail concept, the store features a tunnel entrance, stands for live-game viewing on big screens, locker rooms in place of dressing rooms, and track and field areas where consumers can test products.
6) Evergrande Guangzhou Football Stadium
They used the Primark’s traditional aqua and neon image as a reference and created amazing and really flashy elements around the project. The exterior of the store is composed with LED windows displaying both moving and static images.